This is by far our most
ambitious project. The completion of the Alabama Bluebird Highways
Project will require the support, participation, and cooperation of
many organizations, state agencies and individuals. Highway 14 has
been selected as our first Alabama Bluebird Highway. Our goal is to
install at least one bluebird house on each mile of Highway 14.
Highway 14 passes through Autauga County and this is the first section
we will complete. In this phase of the project we will basically learn
how to most effectively implement the project. When Autauga County is
complete we will begin to implement the project in other counties that
Highway 14 passes through. These counties are Pickens, Greene, Perry,
Dallas, Elmore, Tallapoosa, and Lee. Click the small map to the left
to see a more detailed map of the route Highway 14 follows across the
state. If you live in Autauga county you can help! To find out how
contact AWCA Projects Chairman Tommy Pratt: by email - firstname.lastname@example.org
by phone - 334 365-5671. If you live in one of the other counties,
stay in touch, we will be calling on you soon. When Highway 14 is
completed we will begin work on selected highways in North and South Alabama.
Are you working on
your own bluebird highway?
Take a look at out Bluebird
Management Guide if you have questions.
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